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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sun, 20 Mar 2005
[ 17:53:05 adamw ] Original commit 
gcc31 lang  Deleted Deprecated files touched by this commit NO CDROM GNU Compiler Collection 3.1
gcc32 lang  Deleted files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 3.2.3
It was discovered that running "make clean" from a port with a dependency
on gcc31 or gcc32 (either with a BUILD_DEPENDS or via USE_GCC) with that
version of gcc already installed causes infinite recursion problems.

The issue stems from gcc31 and gcc32 using USE_GCC internally. Internally,
it was used to override any other definition and say that you can use any
gcc version to build gcc31/gcc32. But that USE_GCC redefinition was causing
recursion errors, so handle the problem instead by just simply undefining
USE_GCC inside the gcc port Makefile itself.

This should make things happy again.

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